Category Archives: Senior Portraits

A Second Chance

Okay, okay, you and I both know how these photography web sites work: the photographer cherry picks the best images from the best sessions, then writes glowingly about how wonderful it was: how perfect the client, how spectacular the location, how passionate the photographer, yada, yada, yada. And, certainly, my web site serves up plenty […]

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Not Your Average Senior Picture

Bailey not only has excelled in academics at Claremore High School, but she also is athletic. So, I wanted to be sure that we had some fun during her senior pictures, to capture that athletic side of her. For this portrait, I had her wear a volleyball jersey and hold the volleyball. Nothing extra special […]

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The Warm and Cool of It

With senior pictures, of course I do the traditional shots, with smiling expressions and classic poses. But I also like to mix it up, for the sake of variety and creativity. So it was that when Jamie, a 2013 Senior from Claremore High School, came to me, I figured that we would have some fun. […]

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Secret Location

You don’t need me to tell you, but professional photographers are a strange breed. We share nearly everything with our colleagues, we support each other and watch each other’s back, we hang out and enjoy each other…but when it comes to our locations for outdoor portraits, we are ruthless. We never reveal our amazing locations. […]

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The Urban Look

For senior photography, the “urban look” has been around for a while, so much so that it’s almost a cliché. Still, it’s a lot of fun. No senior portrait session is complete these days without at least one jaunt down an alleyway to find some grunge backgrounds and edgy light. Most of my urban photography […]

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